SCOTTISH EMBLEMSSCOTTISH FLAG National flower The thistle Scotland mapST Andrew’s White Cross North Part of UK Scttish Legends Clothes and instrument Royal Coat of Arms Loch Ness Kilts and bagpipes
ROBERT BURNS’ LIFE •Burns life started on a 25th January of 1759. (Burns’ Supper is celebrated on this date). •He became a very important poet in Scotland. •His most famous poems are “To a Haggis”,” A Man´s a Man For A”, “Halloween”, Red Red Rose” •He was a higher supporter of Scotland. •His poems deal about the Scottish folklore, seen from the popular classes view. •The country caused him very important health problems. •He died very young, on 21st July 1796 in Ellisland,Scotland, at the age of 37 years old.
MAIN POEMSTo A Haggis A Red, Red RoseFair fa your honest, sonsie face, O my Luves like a red, red roseGreat chieftain o the puddin-race! Thats newly sprung in June;Aboon them a ye tak your place, O my Luves like the melodiePainch, tripe, or thairm: Thats sweetly playd in tune.Weel are ye wordy of a graceAs langs my arm. As fair art thou, my bonnie lass, So deep in luve am I:The groaning trencher there ye fill, And I will luve thee still, my dear,Your hurdies like a distant hill, Till a the seas gang dry:Your pin wad help to mend a millIn time o need, Till a the seas gang dry, my dear,While thro your pores the dews And the rocks melt wi the sun:distil I will luve thee still, my dear,Like amber bead. While the sands o life shall run.His knife see rustic Labourdight, And fare thee well, my only LuveAn cut ye up wi ready slight, And fare thee well, a while!Trenching your gushing entrails And I will come again, my Luve,bright Tho it were ten thousand mile.Like onie ditch;And then, O what a glorious sight,Warm-reekin, rich!
BURNS SUPPERFirst: Welcome addressed by the host, and blessing of the table. Second: All diners stand up when it enters the main course, a haggis on a large fountain. It is introduced by the cook, while playing a bagpipe. Piper can play A mans a man for aw That, of Robert Burns.Third: People drink whiskey Fourth: After the speeches, they can sing some of the most famous compositions ofBurns, as Ae Fond Kiss, Parcel O Rogues, A Mans a Man, etc., Or recite some of his poems, as To a Mouse , to a Louse,Fifth: The dinner can conclude Tam O Shanter, The Twa Dugs, etcwith traditional Scottish dances,if the venue permits, but this isno longer part of the proper BurnsSupper. Finally:After the ceremony people shake hands, say goodbye and go home
WEBQUEST 1. What does BURNS 7. How do Scottish people NIGHT celebrate? celebrate it ? 2. Who was this man? 8. What’s the most popular poem ? 3. When do we 9. What’s the meaning ? celebrate Burns supper 10. Which is the national ? In which country ? celebration ? St Andrew our Burns 4. When did the Scottish Night ? stat to celebrate it? 11. Can you name two important 5. What’s the national bank holidays in Scotland ? food ? 12. What’s a TARTAN ? 6. What’s the most 13. What’s Scotland capital city ? popular drink in And the biggest Scottish city? Scotland ? 14. What are « bagpipes » in Spanish?LINKShttp://www.visitscotland.com/ http://www.rabbie-burns.com/burnssupperwww.aboutscotland.com http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/history/burnsnighthttp://www.robertburns.plus.com/launchrb.htm /poetry/index.shtml
CREDITS A project intended for the 3rd year of C.S.E., designed by all students in 3ºC the subject “English F.L.” 2012/2013, IES La Arboleda, Lepe (Huelva- Spain)Álvarez Fernández, Alberto González Rocinau, Francisco Peña Franco, Maikel JoséCamacho González, Laura Hernández Garzón, Sonia Pereles Daza, NuriaCarrillero Navarro, AlejandroHerrera Alarcón, Adonis Antº Pérez Páez, DesiréeDomínguez Hurtado, María IlievAntonov, Emil Prieto Rodríguez, JavierEnrique Justiniano, J. Mario Jurado Pereles, Antonio José Rodríguez Rodríguez, RocíoFlores Limón, José Manuel Matito Sánchez, Jennifer Roldán Prudencio, ÁlvaroGarrido De la Rosa, Carlos Morgado Alfonso, Jesús Ruiz Toscano, ÁlvaroGarrido de la Rosa, Christian Motero Pandolfo, Marta Santana Landero, JuanGatón Martín, María Bella Orta Sánchez, Manuel Alberto Santana Rodríguez, Isabel MªGonzález Cruz, Alicia Ortiz Delgado, Javier Zamorano González, Lucía •Images and pictures have been taken from the following web pages: http://www.visitscotland.com/ www.aboutscotland.com http://www.robertburns.plus.com/launchrb.htm http://www.rabbie-burns.com/burnssupper http://www.bbc.co.uk/scotland/history/burnsnight/poetry/index.shtml •Thanks to Rocío Torres Sánchez, English Teacher at IES La Arboleda.